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Treatments If Health Care Providers Are Compassionate

The researches find that the continue life-saving treatments if their primary health care providers show respect, unconditional empathy without judgement and demonstrate an ability to partner with patients in decision making to address their goals, a Rutgers study finds. Therefore The systematic review appears in the Joanna Briggs Institute Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports.…

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Chronic Pain Face Primary Care Access Problems

The study find that the primary care clinics contacted for the study said they wouldn’t accept a new patient who takes Percocet daily for pain from a past injury, no matter what kind of health insurance they had. Another 17% of the clinics said they would want more information before deciding whether to take the…

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Health Care Mean The Difference Between Life and Death,

The researches find that the the lower court ruling is ultimately upheld, the case, Texas v. United States, has the potential to shake the nation’s entire health care system to its core. Not only  such a decision immediately affect the estimate 20 million people who get their health coverage through programs create under the law, ending…

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A Cheaper Prescription Before Leaving The Doctor’s Office

The researches find that the doctor in May for a skin infection on her leg, she wasn’t surprised to receive a prescription for an antibiotic cream. But Gilbert, 54, a nurse and health consultant, was shocked when her physician clicked on the desktop computer and told Gilbert the medicine would cost $30 on her Blue…

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Specialists More Sought After Than Primary Care Doctors

The researches find that the medical specialists is up, while searches for primary care physicians are down; according to the latest data from Merritt Hawkins; a leading physician search firm. Starting salaries are reflected in this demand, with the report showing the highest salaries going to invasive cardiologists; and among the lowest to family physicians…

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Gender Biases are Common Among Health Care Professionals

New research has shown that there is a discrepancy between the way that men and women are perceived in medicine and healthcare. Although several factors may have contributed to such gaps, the role of gender biases needs to be evaluated. Researchers from Washington University, St. Louis published their recent work on estimating gender differences. They…

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Poor Diet quality and Adverse Health Consequences

The researches find that the both children and adults eat too few fruits and vegetables, which puts them at risk for poor diet quality and adverse health consequences. A new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior; published by Elsevier, found new parents increased their spending on produce in middle- and high-income households. Adverse…

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The Barriers to Primary Care for Transgender Individuals

Transgender care is swiftly evolving, and primary care providers face a greater need to be clear about their roles and when to seek the support of specialists, but according to the latest review by Mount Sinai experts in the field of transgender medicine. The new review; titled “Care of the Transgender Patient” and published July…

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Different Efforts Aimed at Reducing Low-Value Care

The study find that the Health care institutions and providers face mounting pressure to wring more value out of every dollar spent on caring for their patients. Therefore A new review shows that most efforts to decrease low-value care have based their measurement of success on how much they reduced the overall use of certain…

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Sharing Medical ‘Selfies’ Doctor Empowers Reassures Healthcare Consumers

The researches find that Taking medical ‘selfies’ and sharing them with a doctor empowers and reassures healthcare consumers, and can improve doctor-patient relationships, therefore a two-part study led by Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia has found. The findings have been publish in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. Taking medical ‘selfies’ Former…

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Reducing Infections Improves Care, Cuts Costs

The researches find that the Patient safety is the primary objective of infection prevention but infection preventionists in a Syracuse healthcare system demonstrate how to make the business case for investing in protocols that save both money and lives, but according to intervention outcomes presented at the 46th Annual Conference of the Association for Professionals…

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Healthcare for All’ Emerges as Early Divide

The researches find that the Healthcare dominated early, with Sens. Therefore Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) and Cory Booker (N.J.) using questions about the economy to take aim at pharmaceutical and insurance companies. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (Minn.) emphasized the difficulties many Americans face in paying premiums. But the candidates broke ranks on the details and not all…